TAX STAMP SECURITY
Digital QR code represents the 12-digit alpha-numerical code and holds the information about each individual product, such as the producer or importer, name of the product, alcohol content, volume, EAN and a actual photo of the product.
Slovak tax stamp has 12 physical security features such as a specialized tax stamp paper, custom mixed ink, reflective features, holograms and intentional faults.
Alladin Stamp introduces a completely electronic manifestation of the printing process, expenditures, distribution and tracking of tax stamp goods. It contains several modules which cover the entire lifecycle of a tax stamp from its printing through distribution to the manufacturer, to the final disposal of unused or defective tax stamps.
Features such as fraud detection mechanism, invoice preparation, claim management are all part of an efficient time and cost saving automation.
The Slovak National Mint uses the Alladin Stamp to prepare and print tax stamps initially approved by the customer and the Tax Administration. These stamps are later distributed at a scheduled time to individual customers in the desired amount or properly destroyed and disposed if unnecessary.
A free user-friendly online solution for submitting orders for tax stamps that also allows business to file any complaints or refunds of unused tax stamps. At the same time it prepares monthly reports on all produced and imported alcohol or tobacco products.
“Superkolky” is a mobile application that lets customers scan the QR code (unique identifier) on the physical tax stamp, to quickly verify its authenticity. Any suspicious stamp can then be reported directly via the application to the Tax Administration, which will immediately start an investigation of the potential fraudulent case.
By June 2018 more than 2.5 billion of tax stamps have been printed in Slovak National Mint.
Over 300 alcohol and tobacco producers, distributors and importers are using the Alladin Stamp.
Over € 500 million increase in excise tax revenue from tobacco and alcohol after the implementation in 2014.
The national mint in Kremnica is the only printing house in Slovakia and is under absolute supervision of the government.
INCREASE IN EXCISE TAX REVENUE FROM SPIRITS AND TOBACCO
INCREASE IN PRINTED TAX STAMPS
DETECTED TAX FRAUDS
To truly utilize the potential of the Alladin Stamp we will be tracing the sale of every excise tax product to the final customer at the point of sale. Thus every product purchased by the end customer will be marked as sold. This upgrade will even further help in illicit trade extinction.